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From in-car experience to subsystems & technology, Mentor Automotive delivers. One car, one-stop for full EE design services.
From in-car experience to subsystems & technology, Mentor Automotive delivers. One car, one-stop for full EE design services.

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Big thanks to Mouse McCoy and Edward Bernardon for this week's episode of "The Future Car" podcast. Produced: http://bit.ly/2xQaNER; unedited: http://bit.ly/2xSkaDV (and wherever you get your podcasts). hashtag#VR hashtag#AI hashtag#3dprinting
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Andrew Macleod, automotive marketing director for the Mentor portfolio of +Siemens PLM: on The Future Car podcast: "Now we have this concept of chip-to-city for #autonomous drive, with a whole portfolio that we are bringing together." Thank you, Andy, for doing the interview. https://lnkd.in/gCz_6_U. (Uncut version also available here: https://lnkd.in/gDDKAm4.)
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Big thanks to +Siemens PLM VPs Edward Bernardon and Dave Lauzun for appearing as guests in episodes 1 and 2. More conversations on the way on #autonomous vehicles, #mobilityservices, #smartcities and more. Now on iTunes or wherever you get your #podcasts.
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Lead engineer for sensor fusion & security, Daniel Clarke: "Many people focus specifically on the driver, or rather, the absence of the driver, and the level of intelligence that is necessary within the vehicle (as an intelligent agent) to replicate the actions of a human driver. But what if instead we focus on sensors and how the vehicle will use those sensors within the intelligent agent framework?" First a new series of blogs: http://bit.ly/2LvOv3c #machinelearning #computervision +Siemens PLM
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Dave Lauzun, VP of automotive transportation strategy at +Siemens PLM: "We firmly believe #selfdriving cars will be a reality." Highlights from Dave's recent webinar on designing #autonomous vehicles at scale here: https://youtu.be/ndKhoDhAiyg.
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Ricardo Anguiano: "...while the #sensors themselves are improving, they are not radically different from their predecessors. What is radically different is the automated driving controller responsible for perception, decision making and motion control with implications not only on the organization of the implementation teams but also on the vehicle network architecture." #autonomous More: http://bit.ly/2NnBaXO +Siemens PLM
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Martin O'Brien on the newest extension to Capital: " [this] model-based solution enables a highly effective design approach offering the potential for 90 percent design efficiency improvement for J1939-based CAN networks, while at the same time handling several thousands of signals."

The quote is from an article today by John Hayes in Engineering.com who notes that the standard, which covers in-vehicle electrical communications within heavy-duty commercial vehicles, is particularly relevant in #autonomous vehicle development.

Hayes: "Off-road vehicles are proving to be a useful environment for developing autonomous driving systems because these vehicles encounter less variability in their travels. A truck on a mining site or a harvester in a field does not have to account for road signs, traffic rules or the variability of human drivers in other vehicles. As a result, these sorts of vehicles are becoming autonomous at a more rapid pace than passenger vehicles. With the rise in these #autonomous systems comes a dramatic increase in system complexity." More: http://bit.ly/2uq8fe8. +Siemens PLM
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The #autonomous mood has shifted. Andrew Macleod of +Siemens PLM asks (and answers) "What should the Silicon Valley, the world’s auto capitals and the sprawling global auto supply chain do to respond?" More: https://lnkd.in/e4VUMT7
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#Autonomous vehicles require billions of miles of testing to prove they are safe. How can the industry meet this decades-to-achieve requirement while bringing self-driving cars to market in a few years, as most have promised? +Siemens PLM VP Dave Lauzun explains in this on-demand webinar. http://go.mentor.com/51gIQ
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Andrew Macleod for +Siemens PLM on #autonomousvehicles and safety: "For the automotive industry to make autonomy a reality, it needs to develop highly capable and safe systems that, through simulation and testing, can win over a wary public, regulators and lawmakers. Any such development process will require not only physical testing, but also physics based-simulation." More: https://sie.ag/2HP2v21.
Are self driving cars safe?
Are self driving cars safe?
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